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Bob Timberlake's quick rise to success is every artist's dream. A painter since childhood, it wasn't until he was 33 that he was encouraged to become a full-time artist by an impromptu visit to Andrew Wyeth's home in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania. He left his family's business, concentrated on his painting and only one year and six days later visited Hammer Galleries in New York with his paintings tucked under his arm. Innocent to the ways of the big city, Timberlake walked into the prestigious gallery without an appointment and as luck would have it, was accepted by Victor Hammer on-the-spot to become a gallery artist. Since then, his rise has been meteoric. The rustic homes, old quilts and rocking chairs that we see in his paintings are touching reminders of America's past, but it is his own brand of philosophy that is reflected in his artwork. In addition to painting, Timberlake's creative output has been licensed for furniture, housewares and a variety of other products. Timberlake designed a Christmas stamp for the U.S. Postal Service in 1980. They were so pleased with the results, the artist was asked to design both the South Carolina and North Carolina statehood stamps. Recognition of Bob Timberlake's artistic talent and humanitarianism has come from many people, organizations, and museums worldwide.

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